June 10, 2015
Workshop: Book New Clients through Workshops Right Here in Your Community
11:30 - Noon Lunch & Networking
Noon - 2:00 PM Program
Do you have that itch to work with groups? Do you feel at your best when you are in front of a group? , Do you feel it is time to share your message with a group of people in your own unique way? Do you feel it is time to move to the next step and engage group coaching with your groups, but you are not sure how to do that? Or maybe it feels uncomfortable coaching in a group while all the attention is on you.
Discover techniques that you can apply to craft group-coaching activities that are aligned with your coaching business without letting the “what ifs” to stop you. In this engaging two-hour live workshop, you will learn:1.
What is the difference between training, facilitation and group coaching?
What is the value in group coaching?
Clarify your audience, event title and message clearly
The paradox; the difference between my attention and intention? Who’s it all about? The space between me and them?
How can I gain more clients through group activities?
Participants will be able to craft group activities to effectively fill their workshops, retreats or seminars, and will feel more comfortable coaching in a group setting. Several ICF Core Competencies will be addressed.
Lunch will be served.CCEUs approved
Please contact Deb Oronzio at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919.280.5228 if you want to facilitate a CEC event and/or have an idea for topic discussion. This includes live programs and webinars. There are open slots for CECs and webinars from June through the end of the year. We can serve you best when we know your needs!
ABOUT NOA RONEN, MBA, ACC, CC – BIO Transition
Noa (without the letter h), means movement in Hebrew. And although I am not moving all the time – moving as in relocating – has come to play a big role in my life. Our family relocation had an enormous influence on the way I live my life, and my decision to become a life and transition coach. As an Interculturalist who lives and believes that it is important to create bridges between people, I created a simple system that allows individuals, families, global leaders and teams experiencing cross cultural challenges, to build bridges between the people who surround them and to create better communication skills and relationships across the board – it all start with seeing each other as humans. My motto is very simple: Don't look for the differences in others, rather open your mind to see things differently.
When I am not coaching, you can find me at a kickboxing class, taking ballet class, painting or sipping on a good cup of soy-latte. Noa serves as the President Elect of the ICF Raleigh Area Chapter and the Membership VP of the Cary Toastmasters Club.
To get inspired: http://noaronencoaching.com.